2011 Best Practices Award Program honors NDSCS Human Resources
Posted on 10/27/2011
Former NDSCS Human Resources Director David Lindberg, Interim NDSCS Human Resources Director Ann McGray, Christine Jackson - Chair of Best Practice Award Program committee.
The Human Resources Department at the North Dakota State College of Science has been honored with a 2011 Central Association of College and University Business Officers (CACUBO) Best Practices Award. David Lindberg, former NDSCS Human Resources Director and Ann McGray, interim NDSCS Human Resources Director, received the award on behalf of the college in Omaha, Neb., in mid-October as well as a $1,000 honorarium.
NDSCS's winning submission titled, "Paperless Human Resources: a Best Practice Model," showcased the College's transition from a paper-based human resource office at a state institution to a paperless one. Through its efforts, North Dakota State College of Science went "live" $31,000 under budget with institutional savings to-date of $14,000 in printing costs alone. Lindberg and McGray presented the winning proposal at CACUBO's annual meeting.
"This awards testifies to the dynamic NDSCS human resources staff who, through their efforts to operate a paperless department, have helped the campus become more environmentally friendly and efficient," said Dr. John Richman, NDSCS president.
CACUBO recognized each of the participants in its 2011 awards program. The Best Practices Award was created to honor Questions regarding CACUBO's program may be directed to email@example.com.